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Totally Green Wins Green Product Award for Food-Waste Disposal System 
A.M. Best - 5 Hours ago
Tulsa, OK -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2014 -- Totally Green is proud to have won the Green Product Award from the Greater Miami & the Beaches Hotel Association for its unique and environmentally friendly Organic     Add Comment

China's growth-obsessed officials ignoring green policies: parliament 
Reuters - 5 Hours ago
(Reuters) - Local officials determined to make their economies bigger at any cost are ignoring Beijing's push to cut hazardous air pollution, opting instead to expand heavy industries and cut clean energy     Add Comment

Global Warming Hoax Photos? 5 Shots Taken Out of Context 
NewsMax.com - 11 Hours ago
Climate skeptics argue that manmade global warming is a hoax and question the veracity of photos used to make the case for climate change. Here are six shots that climate skeptics say were taken out of     Add Comment

Panasonic Promotes Renewable Energy at Solar Power International 
BusinessWeek - 11 Hours ago
NEWARK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 30, 2014-- Shortly after the International Energy Agency predicted that solar power may become the largest global power source by 2050, Panasonic took part in a Solar
Panasonic Promotes Renewable Energy at Solar Power International<6752.T> Reuters
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Pork Feast in Vietnam Spurs Monsanto GM Corn Bid: Southeast Asia 
Washington Post - 15 Hours ago
Oct. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Vietnam plans to sow genetically modified crops for the first time as demand for corn to fatten hogs expands in the country where pork consumption climbed 80 percent in the past
Pork Feast in Vietnam Spurs Monsanto GM Corn Push BusinessWeek
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Penguins offer U.S. a lesson in addressing climate change 
Los Angeles Times - 16 Hours ago
It may seem unlikely, but penguins offer a crucial lesson for the United States' national security. On the western Antarctic Peninsula, climate change is wreaking havoc on stocks of krill, tiny crustaceans     Add Comment

Carbon tax replacement: direct action expected to pass 
Glen Innes Examiner - 5 Hours ago
The Abbott government was preparing to ram its direct action legislation through the Senate with the laws to set up the $2.55 billion scheme expected to pass late on Thursday night. The Abbott government     Add Comment

The Anti-Politics of Climate Finance: The Creation and Performativity of the Green  
Wiley Antipode - 4 Hours ago
Abstract This paper is an empirical case study of the institutional design process of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change from December 2011 to     Add Comment

Fossil Fuels Won’t Benefit Africa in Absence of Sound Environmental Policies 
Inter Press Service - 4 Hours ago
Uganda is estimated to have two billion barrels of oil reserves. Environmental experts are concerned that many African countries lack the capacity to exploit oil and gas at minimal risk to the environment.     Add Comment

Canada: Environmental Groups Lose Court Challenge Over Fracking Water Use - Norton  
Mondaq - 5 Hours ago
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NIST 'Combs' the Atmosphere to Measure Greenhouse Gases 
TMC Net - 5 Hours ago
[October 30, 2014] (Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 -- Physical Measurement Laboratory, a sub-agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Institute
Combing the Atmosphere to Measure Greenhouse Gases Ein News
Novel instrument 'combs' the atmosphere to measure greenhouse gases Nanowerk
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Is Renewable Energy Less Effective Than Energy Efficiency at Reducing CO2 Emissions? 
The Energy Collective - 5 Hours ago
Below are some data that show the policies to implement worldwide renewable energy build-outs are, as of yet, far from sufficient to reduce global CO2 emissions. At the same time, I believe these policies     Add Comment

Emissions trading 'never coming back' 
Sydney Morning Herald - 11 Hours ago
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Kansas governor uses EPA rule to tie foe to Obama 
Miami Herald - 11 Hours ago
A protest by Kansas regulators against federal efforts to limit carbon emissions is giving Republican Gov. Sam Brownback an opportunity in the final days of his close re-election race to tie his Democratic     Add Comment

Green-lighted N.S. gas project delayed over Mi'kmaq concerns 
CBC Hamilton - 13 Hours ago
The Nova Scotia government has halted part of the construction work on the $100-million Alton Natural Gas Storage Project until Calgary-based AltaGas carries out further consultation with the Mi'kmaq, CBC     Add Comment

Green light recommended for Stockman mine 
ABC Online - 13 Hours ago
Victorian Planning Minister Matthew Guy is recommending the approval of the proposed Stockman mine near Benambra. The project would produce copper and zinc concentrates for export to South-East Asia.     Add Comment

Tom Steyer spends $76 million, fails to make climate change an election issue 
Washington Times - 14 Hours ago
San Francisco billionaire Tom Steyer has spent a staggering $76 million to promote climate change as a political issue in this year’s elections, but the subject isn’t exactly firing up the electorate.     Add Comment

Interest in Alternative Green Building Rating Systems Surges 
Green Building News - 15 Hours ago
NEW YORK — In two years, interest in alternative green building rating systems, such as Green Globes and Energy Star, has surged 250 percent, according to a new report. Additionally, for the first time     Add Comment

Direct Action climate policy receives PUP backing 
Ferret.com.au - 15 Hours ago
The government’s $2.55 billion Direct Action climate change policy has received the support of the Palmer United Party and is now likely to pass through the senate. The Australian reports that the government     Add Comment

Quiz has IMPACT on e-waste recycling awareness 
Noodls - 15 Hours ago
Two lucky residents are now not only armed with more knowledge about e-cycling but new Asus Nexus 7 tablets after winning the IMPACT Community Services. Council's Waste and Recycling portfolio spokesperson     Add Comment
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